About Ashley Steeb

Ashley Steeb is the sports editor for The Franklin. She is a Multimedia journalism major with minors in History and Public Relations. Ashley covered the 2016 Republican National Convention for TheStatehouseFile.com and is a contributing author in the Greatest Sports Stories in the History of Indiana. In her limited spare time, Ashley loves watching Butler basketball, San Francisco Giants baseball, Golf, and NASCAR.

This is Ashley’s third year on The Franklin staff and her first year in a leadership role. She previously held positions as a reporter for the News, Sports and Opinion sections.

Petition to play

November 30, 2017 0

Student’s suspension causes controversy on campus Some Franklin College students are rallying behind a football player who was suspended from the team’s Nov. 18 playoff game. The senior player was suspended after “a paper typed Read More

Football team learns national playoff opponent

November 13, 2017 0

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] The Branigin Room in the Napolitan Student Center was filled with cheers as football players, students and faculty members watched the selection show, awaiting to learn their first-round opponent and Read More

Parking Problems

September 14, 2017 0

A struggle plaguing college students across the nation Colleges across the country seem to share one major complaint: parking. Finding a parking spot has probably been a problem for students since colleges and carswere first Read More

Coaches poll predicts Grizzlies winning HCAC Division

August 11, 2017 0

Franklin College is predicted to win its eighth-straight consecutive Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference football title this season, according to a recent coaches’ preseason poll. The nine HCAC head coaches gave the Grizzlies seven first-place votes Read More

Feature: Office Romance

April 27, 2017 0

 Love in the work place is usually forbidden.  But for Ann Kish, the school’s website administrator, and Randall Smith, an associate professor of political science, it’s working.  The two Franklin College employees are engaged and Read More

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